Both of Oregon's doubles teams lost on Friday in the championship bracket of doubles play at the Pac-12 Championships.
Nia Rose and Marlou Kluiving picked up wins for Oregon in the opening round of the Pac-12 Championships in Ojai.
With the dual season completed, Oregon heads to Ojai, Calif., for the Pac-12 Championships.
Head coach Alison Silverio wrapped up her first recruiting class with the signing of Christi Woodson and Shweta Sangwan.
Oregon seniors Nicole Long and Sofia Hager both picked up victories in singles play in their final home match as a Duck on Sunday.
Oregon battled back down 3-1 to defeat No. 47 Washington 4-3 on Friday behind wins from singles No. 1-3.
Oregon's first year under Alison Silverio has featured steady gains, which have the Ducks in contention for some major accolades this week.
Oregon will enter a pair of crucial matches this weekend against No. 47 Washington on the road and Idaho at home.
Marlou Kluiving came through in the clutch for Oregon, clinching the upset over No. 45 Arizona with a 7-5, 6-0 win at No. 4 singles.
Nia Rose picked up her third win against a ranked opponent in as many weeks on Friday in the 4-2 loss to No. 24 Arizona State.
Oregon returns home this weekend with a pair matches against the Arizona schools this Friday and Sunday.
Nia Rose continues to slay the giants in singles play, this time at the expense of No. 22 Klara Fabikova.